A smart contract is a computer protocol created to facilitate, verify, and enforce negotiations in blockchain technologies avoiding the services of a middleman. It sustains the back-end functioning of decentralized systems. A smart contract has a set of rules under which the parties agree to interact: if the rules are met, the agreement is enforced. Parties use smart contracts almost in every field from insurance premiums to crowdfunding agreements. The term itself has nothing in common with legal contracts.
Smart contract audit includes automatic and manual tests. Automatic audit aims to find commonly encountered security vulnerabilities; manual test outlines efficiency, logical, and optimization improvements. A smart contract audit is basically the same as a conventional code audit: it aims at finding security vulnerabilities before the code is deployed. Over/Underflows, Reentrancy, and Front Running are among the most widespread smart contract vulnerabilities.
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The professional team of consultants performs smart contract audit in accordance with the internal methodology. Hacken team analyses the smart contract’s functionality and performs all necessary checks against known vulnerabilities. Basic security audit includes manual codebase audit by Hacken consultants; automated tools security audit; a brief description of smart contract functionality, however, we offer to client three security audit options which are distinguished by the composition and duration: